The federal government will bear virtually the entire cost of expanding Medicaid under the new health-care law, according to a comprehensive new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation that directly rebuts the loud protests of governors warning about its impact on their strapped state budgets.
Though Grady’s marketing spending represents less than one-quarter of one-percent of the hospital’s $740 million budget, some think it’s too much.
Changes at Atlanta’s sole 911 ambulance service mean paramedics may now send callers with less-urgent ailments to neighborhood clinics instead of the emergency room.
May 11 19:50 Trauma Centers Stretched Thin Georgia’s proposed vehicle registration surcharge to fund trauma care seeks to address what many experts consider a growing national problem: insufficient medical capacity to deal with potential disasters, natural or otherwise. From the […]
Grady CEO Michael Young reports that Grady earned about $10 million in 2009, its first profit in over 10 years. The celebration may be cut short, as DeKalb County debates whether to cut more funding to the hospital.
May 03 10:03 South Georgia Needs Funding for Trauma Care Editiorial from the Valdosta Daily Times: Thanks to the efforts of the General Assembly this year, voters will have the opportunity in November to vote on an initiative to raise […]